Search results for: “Aphids on Cruciferous Crops”

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    Aphids often called "plant lice" can be a problem in Texas landscapes by feeding on agricultural and horticultural crops. This publication discusses the identification and lifecycle, damage to plants, common...
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    Timing effective treatment to control sugarcane aphids in sorghum depends on the size of the sugarcane aphid population. The Sampling Protocol and Quick Aphid Checker charts and photos on this...
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    This publication explains integrated pest management (IPM) practices for 30 insect pests of five Texas forage crops’ hay, forage sorghum, alfalfa, clover, and vetch. (31 pages)...
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    Two-spotted spider mites are commonly found infesting many plants and crops, having been recorded on over 300 plant species. They feed on the undersides of leaves and can cause discoloration...
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    High tunnel cropland is prime real estate, so be selective about which crops to grow. You can grow a variety of fruits, vegetables, and flowers in high tunnels to meet...
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    Broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts are known as cole crops. This publication offers information on how to grow them, with tips on site selection, soil preparation, fertilization, variety selection,...
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    ...season. This publication helps producers determine which alternative crop is the best choice. Details are provided on soybeans, various types of peas, alyce clover, sorghum, and other crops. (6 pages)...
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    Using no-till practices and cover crops in crop production can be extremely beneficial financially and for the continued use of high-quality soil. This publication details a study into the differences...
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    This series on vegetables includes growing, storing, and cooking tips as well as recipes. Information has been gathered and curated by Aggie Horticulture. (2 pages.)
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    This publication aims to help producers make decisions on herbicide use for volunteer cotton. Volunteer cotton can compete with the crop and reduce yield. It also can make the boll...